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the defense budget will be detected further in this parliament? >> but i can give him is that the 38 billion by cold that we inherited has been gotten rid of gives us the fourth largestthis defense budget in the world, but we will make sure there is a record contrast to the government. across theevealed professions, would the prime minister agree that now is the time to look into nursing and whether we should get back to the patient's bedside? >> i think the right hon. gentleman makes an important point. i do not think we want to see de profession was asian. we have seen huge improvements, but i think we have to get back to making sure the patient care is at the heart of nursing. you cannot be a good nurse without those things, and i think we need to return to those values. >> i do not expect you to go into full details. >> when we must get out of this side chamber of using the word you. you refers to the chair. >> i do not expect the prime minister to know the full details against the background, does he think is fair with a 1% increase while they have been at 5%? >> but as a matter of hous
the stock has gone from 76 to 86 presuming every order will go to them and the 787 will fly and the defense sequester will not hurt them. this stock has been a teflon stock. this is a stock that i would not buy and i would sell right here. >> you don't think based on your charts because i know you have this fancy chart there. >> saturday morning. it's what i do. >> that's great. i'm jealous, but if you take a five-year look at boeing, on friday they closed -- closed at five-year highs. some are saying that this is a breakout. rbc raising the price to $10 a share to $94. it's returning. >> can i just say that that stock needs a serious breather? you know what? breathers aren't so bad. these are just, the day when is used to do a lot of charting and i just feel that when i saw boeing's chart i said listen, this one is just right for fall. we get indonesia and we need to see a ryan air with 230 planes ordered right now. >> i was glad to see friday because i pointed out we had the ten-day record going, whatever it was, the only time the dow had risen 14 days in a row was in 1987 so maybe a litt
president, by the secretary of state, and the defense secretary. and the media magnifyiedyied those lies and put them out there, and we believed it. >> do you think that that could happen again today? >> bill: yes. i think they could because i have seen it up close at the white house and too often what the media do is just swallow the propaganda, and i have seen it on the hill. the republicans put out all of these lies and the media just repeat it without doing their own independent research. it's a disgrace to the nation and the media, the war in iraq. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 ea
have the secretary of defense who was a grunt, secretary of state who was on a gun boat and ultimately exchanged fire with the enemy in vietnam, these are probably the first of their kind to reach this level -- >> and i think it's -- it's quite revelatory that we have these guys in these positions going into the tenth anniversary of iraq. >> hal: right. and is this a specific choice of this president as opposed to a happy accident. if we goes maybe if we have guys who were involved in war on the down side of it -- >> on the delivery end. >> hal: right. maybe their decision-making procession will be slightly more educated? >> yeah, i think there are a couple of things. i think hagel got nominated at least in part because a lot of the job of the secretary of defense going forward is going to be caring for the people who fought the two wars and having somebody who served the way he did is a good idea. and kerry was the obvious choice once the other thing blew up. >> hal: even before. but i also think it points to -- because he was always a good idea for
single out the defense measures in this budget and to applaud, again, the leadership of the chairman on the budget committee for protecting our military, for giving it funding it otherwise would not have and the flexibility it needs to help protect and keep this country safe. the defense department is the one area in government where strategy should drive the budget, not the budget driving the strategy. and in the second way that it protects our military from a debt crisis, this budget as we've heard is designed to postpone and prevent a debt crisis caused by out of control reckless spending, anemic economic growth of the kind you've seen in countries in europe already. if that were to happen, not only would it impact families all across the country, when their interest rates for mortgages and farms and small piss and education increases, but it also crowd out all other kinds of priorities in our federal budget, it would immediately impact as well our troops, their families, and our veterans. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back his time. the gentl
environment. that led to the situation where we have today where we actually get warnings from defense department called conjunction summary messages. we actually get warnings in advance if dod thinks that there might be a collision between two space objects. it took us a long time to connect the basic information that we needed to gather to have the knowledge to the point where we felt comfortable warning people that they might want to take specific action. in this case, moving to satellite. so i think the same situation will apply with solar. as we get more sophisticated on impacts, then we will be able to translate those into specific actions. but today that knowledge just doesn't exist. >> senator graves. >> -- senator cruz. >> going back to this discussion about potential meteor impacts, i would assume for an impact that the most likely place for impact would be in water, given the percentage of the earth that is covered by water. what is the relative severity of an impact on land versus an impact on water and the consequences that would flow from one versus the other? >> depends
at this installation of part of the iron dome defense system that the president did not make time to go out into the countryside to see it so they brought one of them right to the airport so he could look at it. is this star wars missile defense israeli style with our money? >> it is. we paid for most of this system. about $250 million to this system, and it works a little but nowhere near what they are claiming. they claimed almost 90% effectiveness during the war. they claimed it shot down hundreds of these short-range rockets. independent scientists are now examining it, and they are looking at videos. if you shot down nine out of ten, zero, none. they can find no visual evidence of an interception. in fact they see the opposite, they see the dome going up and then taking sharp turns to chase the rocket it just missed. it sends pellets out in the path of the in-coming missile. if it is off a few degrees those pellets don't do any good. and they are finding a lot more ground damage has occurred. so the claims of this iron dome are now being brought back down to earth, a
and defense attorney and they duke it out and then we put. stock in prison. there's like -- we have furloughs -- >> i'm the judge. i can do that. >> i've been calling you the prosecutor lately. but look, there's no grand jury here. thernono grand jury. there are no indictments. there are no convictions. and that's the way this market works. >> i may have a bench trial on this later where i just -- >> i'm going to get a permanent injunction against the sellers. people want to have justice. but fedex should be at $70 if there's justice. caterpillar should be at $70 if there's justice. no, it's not like that. like the bears, cyprus, they have atm problems. jpmorgan should be at $40 because there's justice. there is no justice! >> marry this with this story that's been reported that private ecwift firquity firms ag at mark hurd. does he bring the same hurd premium to a dell that he had brought to oracle or wherever else he went? >> there is such a thing as loyalty. it would really and terrible time -- if he leaves, that's a real -- hey, mark, if you leave, that's a real bad call. >> i would agree
. >> we need a legal defense fund. >> thank you for coming on, and i like stolfus. next time i promise you that i'll get it exactly right. you didn't put your stuff in mothballs yet, did you? >> no. >> no, no. >> how many games will you watch today, do you think? >> none. i watch the highlights after. >> at least you watch the show, unlike some people. make sure you join us monday. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> happy friday. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee with jim cramer and scott wapner. let's take a look at -- up by about 42 in pre-market trade and take a look at the pekture in europe because, of course, a lot is hanging on the situation in cyprus. they're weighing business confidence which fell to a 10-month high and came up better than expectations. overnight in asia, the action ng in the nikkei capping its biggest weekly decline since the month of november. >> no deal with the russians makes monday the deadline for cyprus. one spokesman for the cypriot government saying the next few hours will determine the future of his country. a couple of consumer reads, p
, van? many made it very clear they want the defense of marriage act to remain part of the law of the land. federal law of the land. wrr that . >> that's true. but there is a deeper issue for both parties. there is a basic empathy gap. whether you are talking about the constitution or not. and in an increasingly diverse society, you have to be able to empathize with people who are different from you. with these kinds of comments, it seems so -- almost bone headed. almost are you serious? here is what i think will happen. i think you are seeing good folks like will and other who's will make their way to the right position this becomes a state rights issue. have you six states that are saying we're going to treat citizens equally. the federal government has to come down on the side of respecting those states rights to do this the train has left the station there is a -- an expiration date on bigotry. and when have you somebody like him coming out, saying the stuff, it sets the whole country back. not just the republican party. >> talking about the empathy aspect. senator rob port
're still at the point where we're trying to craft these defenses. the government is trying to come up with the defenses implement them, include them in legislation, discuss them publicly, have some kind of a debate and much later we're likely to end up in the courts. everything end up in the courts these days. bill: that too and everybody end up on the internet as well. we'll see how far it goes. terrific conversation. thank you for your insight. stephen hayes in washington. heather. heather: pay attention to this, bill. dramatic new video of a gunman firing into a restaurant. look at this. then a crowd of people rushing in to help. we will tell you where all of this went down. we'll tell you how it ended as well. bill: that is live fire. from space to your living room. american history from missions past that you can soon own, for a price. ♪ . let's see what you got. rv -- covered. why would you pay for a hotel? i never do. motorcycles -- check. atv. i ride those. do you? no. boat. house. hello, dear. hello. hello. oh! check it -- [ loud r&b on car radio ] i'm going on break! the m
assault for my weapons defenses, forgery, drug offenses or other serious crimes. and third coming memo from director morten morten to secretary upon apollo -- secretary napolitano. without objection, those will be made part of the record. my time is expired. i now recognize the gentleman from michigan, mr. conyers. rex thank you, mr. chairman -- >> thank you, mr. chairman. the agency, director orton, has been accused of releasing detainees to score political points in advance of sick stray shin. -- of sequestration. but a son what we learned in the last week, it looks more like ice was forced to tighten its belt beginning in january because it had been spending excessively throughout the fall to detain thousands of people more per day than its budget would allow. can you put some further explanation on to this assertion? >> yes, mr. conyers. let me start out by setting the context. there are about 350,000 people in immigration proceedings at any given time. the vast majority of those people are not detained. and that is by statutory design. that is congressional design. congress has d
-related and defense- related. those are the biggest items on the budget. as far as immigrants are concerned, i was not born here and came to this country. i have enormous respect for people who come to try to make a living here. like the second to last calller said, a lot of people are unwilling to do these jobs. immigrants are willing to work really hard. joe, how has your experience turned out? caller: i went through the process. took me a very long time to become a u.s. citizen. a naturalized in court. married and contributing to society in the way that i can. and from what i see from other people is family members contribute. they pay their taxes. they may have different circumstances, but they're just as hard working. i think the border generally is insecure. if it was secure, we would not have a drug problem. people always want to blame. pack the bulbto -- pass the buck when they cannot deal with the real issue. that is my opinion. i appreciate you listening. --t: dan tweets in monte writes immigrants legal or illegal, to hand and enough to eat and consume. they help the economy and take
is the iron dome missile defense system, something that the united states helped fund, the united states giving israel somewhere around $3 billion per year for its security. they are actually bringing one of the iron dome batteries to the airport so that he can see it for time purposes. this is the battery that has -- >> sara i don't know if you can see this -- sara -- if i could interrupt you for a minute we are looking at president obama, as he is coming off air force one there, to meet prime minister benjamin netanyahu. sorry to interrupt you. i don't think you have the pictures. i don't think you're watching them, as well. a big smile, as he is there to greet benjamin netanyahu, or benjamin netanyahu is there to greet president obama. >> how are you? good to see you. >> sara, continue if you could -- >> we can listen in a little bit. >> good to see you. >> good seeing you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for coming. >> wonderful to be here. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> great to see up. >> glad to have you here. >> it's great to be here. thank you so much. >> how are you? so
's after something, and it isn't love. that's what allegedly happened to this defense contractor and former army officer. he's charged with passing nuclear secrets to his chinese girlfriend. cnn's brian todd is here with this story. this is fascinating. >> it is, brianna. this also could be very damaging to u.s. national security. this man had access to some of america's most sensitive military secrets. he's accused of falling for what experts say is called a "honey trap." an army reservist who had top-secret clearance doing contract work for the pacific command in hawaii. benjamin bishop now stands accused of leaking military secrets, including information on nuclear weapons, war plans, early-warning radar systems. u.s. officials say he gave them to a chinese woman 32 years younger who he was having a relationship with. bishop is in custody. his attorney says this. >> he served his country honorably for 29 years. he maintains he would never do anything to intentionally harm the united states. >> reporter: is the woman a chinese spy? court documents identify her as person one, 27 years old,
about keeping firearms in armories. to me, the meaning of the second amendment is home and self-defense against a terrorist-type government. i live in a rural area. thinkot know who they they are going to call if someone breaks in their home or threatens their life. the police will not be there in two seconds. to me, my firearms in my home or my self protection. maryland is trying to pass the flaws that make no sense at all and it mostly is posturing because our governor o'malley wants to run for president and let me ask you two a question. homes have guns in your on the or what protection do you have? host: stay with us, jim, are you a member of any gun advocacy groups like the nra? caller: for years to read am a member of national rifle. we have background checks. i have no problem with background checks, but now maryland wants to fingerprint you. i do not understand where that is going. they want me to register my firearms. well, again, i just ration me, the next thing is confiscation. host: you are ok with background checks, but not registering your gun. caller: no, ma'am. i do not
as well now. >> right now the department of defense has a study going on for women in the combat. they're looking at over 237 different job opportunities for women to possibly serve in. women have been serving in combat for decades. now, the thing that is important to remember here is standards. we need to insure that our women meet the same standards. not a female standard, not a male standard, but the standard. and if they are able to meet and exceed those, then they ought to have the opportunity to serve in those role. it's important we're thouedcal -- methodical, that we look at the long-term effects on our women. >> steve: so after the study, they'll do the analysis and they'll decide then whether or not women should be on the front lines? >> yes. >> steve: all right. you're okay with that? >> i am okay with that. >> steve: all right. >> as long as we do due diligence and do this right and study it and insure that the women are able to perform those duties. >> steve: thank you very much for your service. thanks very much for joining us today. >> thank you. >> steve: good luck in a
assistant secretary of defense during the reagan administration and fox news analyst. good morning to you. >> good morning. bill: what is senator graham alleging about the survivors? >> he found the survivors first of all and turns out anywhere from 30 of them. some are still in the hospital. some were injured in the benghazi firefight. some got away clean but he wants to know a couple of things. first of all, if they come under subpoena, if they're subpoenaed before a congressional committee they are going to talk. what are they going to talk about? we warned them it was a dangerous neighborhood and we needed more support. they will also talk about the actual attack themselves. were they expecting to be rescued? could they be rescued? i think the more important question senator graham or who will have congressional committees will ask them what was your job there? why were you there? what was your function? were you buying weapons? were you trying to get ahold of weapons part of gadhafi's arsenal we failed to secure when we toppled gadhafi? if so that is a real indictment --. bill: if se
for so long. we are the party of the strong national defense. but we still have to stop being the exclusive party in being inclusive party there is plenty of room to reflect the values of what it means to be an american. we have to invite people into be part of the solution. we also have to allow those states before we impose it at different levels. the obamacare debate would've been better if they would've learned lessons of obamacare. like my home state of massachusetts. it hasn't worked the way that they were told it would work. to put a health care system into place. martha: there is a lengthy report by reince priebus, reaching out to americans, some of the groups that when you look in the issue at that matter, what i really want to talk about is the issue of smaller government. so many people receive some kind of check, some kind of piece of government in one way or shape or form. what they have been convinced of is that if that check were to get smaller, that would be bad for them. what has not been translated for people who believe the way you do, is the issue of that i
by carefully and responsibly reducing defense spending while giving the pentagon enough time to plan and align those savings. now, we all know that this involves some tough decisions, but it is a responsible path that is nothing like the across-the-board cuts from sequestration, which would be devastating to defense programs and jobs if they weren't replaced. mr. president, this budget takes a balanced approach to deficit reduction, and it matches the responsible cuts with $975 billion in new revenue which is raised by closing loopholes and cutting wasteful spending in the tax code for those who need it the least while locking in tax cuts for the middle-class and low-income working families, families and protecting them from paying a penny more. now, mr. president, this shouldn't be controversial. there is bipartisan support for making the tax code more fair and more efficient. we just think that instead of that savings going towards more tax cuts for the rich, that savings ought to be used to reduce the deficit and invest in our middle class. if this budget were to be enacted, the total defic
defense initiative needs to take a hike. thomas: whatever happened to freedom speech? i don't agree with the ads, done in bad taste, but still its freedom of speech.people are way too sensitive. muni says that its hands are tied. and they are sponsoring as a focusing on the tolerance, acceptance to counter acted these ads join the conversation on our facebook fan page. >> catherine: coming. a grocery chain and a gas company are teaming up to save you money when you fuel up. then. a pleasanton preschool re- opens today after shutting down after a teacher was accused of duct taping a student! plus. a look at our president's trip to israel. what's topping his political agenda. that's coming up. what's topping his political mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪
arriving in israel. >>> starting today the defense department will be handing out furlough notices, a move that it blames on sequester cuts. employees have seven days to appeal. >>> don't forget march madness starts today. there are 16 total games. of course carolina will win it all. >> of course, heather. maybe now. it is two minutes before the to which the hour. let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. he was a villain in the ring but former w.w.e. superstar christmas terse is a bona fide hero. he rescued his mother from her burning home. he tore a tree out of the ground and then he tossed it through the window in order to rescue her. >> next the bad. nearly 100 sharks are spotted off the coast of a popular beach in australia. the sharks were spotted feeding on a group of fish and it caused the beach to shut down for a few hours. fortunately no one was hurt. finally the ugly, octomom is under investigation for welfare fraud. if it's true, she could end up going to prison. tmz is reporting someone filed a complaint saying she's getting food stamps even though
who lower their heads and using the crown of their helmets. similar rule applies to defensive players. former giant brandon jacobs not mincing words tweeting, you're going to have to look here, how the f can we protect ourselves? >>> "starting point" with swron berman and christina romans starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. soledad has the day off today. our "starting point," two rockets land in israel during president obama's historic trip there. we're live in the west bank as the president is moechlts away now from a live news conference with palestinian president mahmoud abbas. we will bring that to you live. >>> manhunt happening for the person who gunned down the head of colorado's prison systems. police in desperate search for a car and a witness who may have some answers. >>> more rattling from north korea last night wit the threat that u.s. bases are within, quote, striking distance of their country. >>> and the heat just on fire. down by double digits late in the game. they rally to keep the winning streak alive. 24 games an
not have homosexuals like in your country. the ads are paid for by the american freedom defense initiative. most recently, the organization had a series of other as there were anti muslim on the buses. many such the public of facilities in a difficult position. >> the s f mta is receiving $3,000 to put the ad on the buses. all the proceeds will go towards san francisco human rights campaign. >> bar managers from the mission district led to team up to stop cell phone these from playing their neighborhood. they have a status this system where bartender's can send a text of alert about crimes are suspicious activity. that will let the dollar to neighboring bars when pickpockets are roaming the area. the managers say the fees sense to target people with smart phone on busy weekend nights. we talked with few of them about the problem. >> it seems to be professional fees that come in and wait for the crowded moment. >> there are organized teams of pickpockets that come in and use one person to distract the person and the other people stand behind and go through the pockets of their jackets and p
, but the federal defense of marriage act. kron 4's dan kerman spoke with a high profile proponent of same-sex marriage about the upcoming supreme court hearing.dan lt. gov. gavin newson he is very optimistic about the supreme court hearing in the ultimate ruling. >> nobody would have predicted and i sure not would have predicted how long or for this consciousness would have come for equality. tonight kron 4's dan kerman marriage equality movement, california lieutenant governor gavin newsom. >> it has been nine years since these marriage licenses were issued however, they have become illegal but we are getting the ball rolling on marriage equality. >> we are starting to understand the colangelo said that it is not what we try to aim and settle it is what we try to aim high and see what we can achieve a " from michealangelo... he calls this a team effort. with marriage equality on the doorstep of the supreme court key accredits attorneys of politicians that to not want to give up. >> is a testament to the old adage it is always a good time to do a good thing. you have to do things you cann
that the financial crisis was not caused by -- was caused by the private sector. even if there were voices in defense of capitalism, their views were seldom given attention in the media. i had a particularly remarkable experience with this problem while a member of the financial crisis inquiry commission. the commission scheduled several public hearings which were televised on c-span. the media were almost always present as observers or were watching the proceeds, proceedings on television. in several of the hearings, i asked witnesses whether they were aware that there were 25 million and other low -- subprime and other low quality mortgages in the financial system in 2008 before the financial crisis. that was the number i had at the time. since then ed pinto's work has shown that there were, in fact, 28 million low quality lobe -- loans in 2008. all the witnesses were asked this and all of them said they had never heard of such a thing. the fact that 28 million subprime mortgages were in the financial system in 2008 -- again, almost half of all mortgages -- was undoubtedly news. i might have been w
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secretary of defense 30 years later spoke of his regret we could not listen to charles de gaulle it was a failure of imagination to realize the french were the best informed and we did not taken seriously because we assume they had it in for us. i went to the records of the event to look at what the advisers were telling him favor not saying those americans who have no culture but they said they analyzed the intelligence they were getting, a 70,000 french citizens commissar a vietnamese exiles they had good information they tried to share with us that we could not hear it because of the confusing concept. >> host: are there times in history where the entire nation in type feeling of roman empire? >> that is the right question to ask. in the era of the golden age british officials would talk about anglophobia to explain why they encountered resistance. and the explanation was when people rise up for criticize the problem is they don't like our literature or our values we have a phobia for the russian empire they don't understand and they don't like tolstoy. would redoing when we a
, the defensive federal marriage act. >>> we're still following developing news right here from san jose. police issued an amber alert for a missing baby inside of a stolen car. ktvu's janine de la vega was right there the first reporter on the scene. you are back now. so what is the very latest. >> reporter: well, two police spokespersons from the department just arrived. we haven't gotten a chance to speak with them. right now they are talking to detectives. we're on amador court near story and jackson. there's been a search of the neighborhood for the stolen car. i want to go to the picture of the little girl in the stolen car. she's just 4 days away from being 1. her name is gabriella quintero. police scanners we've been listening to say she was wearing a -- wearing a green onesie and is sitting in a purple car seat. the car is a 2006 white jeep liberty. this is the license plate number -- snoob police provided us -- >>> police provided us with a picture. you can see a man in the picture. we're told that's not the suspect. now the chp has been broadcasting on their scanners that they believe
and then on wednesday, the defensive federal marriage act. >>> we're still following developing news right here from san jose. police issued an amber alert for a missing baby inside of a stolen car. ktvu's janine de la vega was right there the first reporter on the scene. you are back now. so what is the very latest. >> reporter: well, two police spokespersons from the department just arrived. we haven't gotten a chance to speak with them. right now they are talking to detectives. we're on amador court near story and jackson. there's been a search of the neighborhood for the stolen car. i want to go to the picture of the little girl in the stolen car. she's just 4 days away from being 1. her name is gabriella quintero. police scanners we've been listening to say she was wearing a -- wearing a green onesie and is sitting in a purple car seat. the car is a 2006 white jeep liberty. this is the license plate number -- snoob police provided us -- >>> police provided us with a picture. you can see a man in the picture. we're told that's not the suspect. now the
off arrows for some of these names. dagen: thank you, nicole. apple peeping of its cyber defenses for customers. you can do this with your google account as well. facing pressure to shield consumers. you can set up apples new security feature by logging into the management page. we all encourage that, in fact. >> talking about a tech giant like apple. focusing now on main street. this is pretty scary in a lot of ways. they had a hearing about it on capitol hill yesterday. watch this. >> these attacks can be catastrophic. leaving many small businesses unable to recover. nearly 60% of small businesses will close within six months of a cyber attack. connell: with us now from buffalo, new york, the chairman of that hearing. congressman, thank you for coming on. that is quite a statistic. 60% of small business, according to this study, will close within six months of a cyber attack. >> well, connell, when it comes down to is we are trying to raise the issue of cyber security for small business so they know there is a problem. so many small businesses today feel like there is not a thre
go back to the 1967 lines, because these lines are in defensible. >> reporter: and those confrontations didn't make the president popular here. nearly 40% of israelis feel the president is hostile to israel according to a recent poll. the president hopes to improve his popularity with an address to young people. >> each side has symbols and extraordinary sensitivities and the problem is that each side's symbol is the other side's problem, so you have to find a way to connect with each side emotionally. >> reporter: for their part the israeli embassy released a humorous video claiming the obama/netanyahu relationship is better than many believe. ♪ thank you for being a friend traveled down the road and back again ♪ >> reporter: there's that symbolism i was telling you about, savannah. in more serious business today we expect syria to probably be the hot topic of the press conference between the prime prime minister, because israeli government officials say chemical weapons have been used in that syrian conflict. u.s. officials have not said that. we'll be curious to he
or if it will even be on her new album. fans have jumped to her defense and say those lyrics are nothing more than typical hip-hop bravado. >> mara thank you. matt. >>> natalie, thanks very much. it's friday and we have a special edition of "what's new, what's up, what's in" to get you ready for the first weekend of spring. we're going to get started with what's now in the world of entertainment. joe levy is the editor of billboard magazine. good to see you. >> good to be here. >> the croods are coming into theaters. >> this is an animated movie from dreamworks, it's 3-d. it tells the story about a prehistoric family who wanted to be safe in their cave but their rebellious daughter wants to go out and explore. >> and is this for adults and children? >> this is really a kids film. adults will like the way it looks. frankly they spent a lot of time getting the 3-d animation right. you might wish they spent a little more time on the story because it's kind of familiar. >> tina pee tina fey and paul r new movie. >> this movie is a little more serious and a little more substance than the silliness you
the minister of defense to intervene and remove morsi. others are calling for early presidential elections. even though mr. morsi's reign has been disastrous in many ways, it would be a terrible precedent for him not to continue his four years. the question of the boycotts will be revisited. i think that even though the 14 demands of the national salvation front are xcessive in many ways, many of the parties that are talking about boycott will eventually participate. >> michelle, how does the u.s. solve all of this or deal with it? per se? >> i never answered your previous question. about how significant will the next elections be? the constitution that was passed in december is vague in many disrespects. -- respects. it is troubling in many respects. where the country is going to go is going to depend on legislation that is going to be passed by this next parliament, especially if it were to serve out its full term. that will implement or not implement -- in the institution. so i think there is a lot at stake. what about the united states? to what extent can the u.s. nevertheless incomes
who was the defense secretary, he never asked rumsfeld or powell for sort of their bottom line recommendations. so i asked president bush why. why didn't you ask them? the true experts on war in iran and iraq. and he said, i know what they thought. now, as richard haass points out, how do you find out what somebody really thinks? you call them in and you sit them down and say this is -- they never had that discussion. the discussion, for instance, with powell was bush and powell and bush saying i've decided to go to war and this was in couple of months before the war started and powell was quite surprised to say the least. >> to say the least. seems to me, mika, the first people you want to go to before you make a huge decision like this are the people who disagree with you. >> well, yes. usually you do. look, i think there are some clear questions as to what happened before we even got there. and now ten years later, we look at the ramifications of what we've done there. and if it necessarily was in terms of keeping the balance and the entire region in an area that is safe for
to and information he may have had on him pertaining to drone type technologies for aerospace defense technologies. bill: wow!. >> missile technologies. bill: serious, serious matter too. you mentioned too that his story wasn't straight when they talked to him. >> that's right. bill: something to watch. bill, thank you. we'll see where this goes. about 28 minutes past. here is martha with more. martha: a move by the governor of michigan to save a dying city has met heavy resistance there. [shouting] boy, what a story this is. and the union battle in one city that could affect communities around the country. bill: also lindsay lohan facing a judge yet again. but this time she wasn't the only one stealing that spotlight. >> these are official representatives. that is more important than any reason you're here. >> no, no. you let go. you have something to say to me about my daughter? martha: all right, we want to get you the latest on the breaking news situation in syria. the numbers are changing as we speak really, but the latest is about 25 people killed in a chemical attack in syria. this has spar
arguments in proposition 8 andy defensive marriage act case next week. the rulings are expected this summer. >> in new national poll shows support for some same- sex marriage at an all-time high in the last 10 years, public opinion has undergone a reversal. in 2003 more than half of all americans wanted to outlaw same-sex marriage. now nearly 60% or to legalize it. the poll was conducted by labor research for abc news and the washington post. >> we will take a break. a problem george has fallen on the east bay highway 4. jackie sissel is on scene showing us the back up. george said more than an hour and a half to get from antioch to will pass road on high way 4. an incredible back up thanks to a large accident. multi vehicle. george will have an update coming up. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at ♪ >> we are bac
? >> sure. if sequestration hits, we're going to end up with opportunities in certain defense companies. we have completed for some companies we wouldn't mind buying if the price was right. >> so nominated for -- you've been managing money for a decade? >> for two decades. >> okay. in the last decade, what would you think your internal rate of return would be? what do you need to do to get nominated for morning star, do you think? >> i can't remember what the returns were for the decade. some place around 11%, i think. >> per year? >> compounded. >> pretty good. >> impressive. >> what are you trying to -- what are you trying to do? >> that was exactly -- that made that guy's name. you do 11% for 10 years. >> yeah, but his -- the numbers he reported between 9 and 12, averaging at 11. ours was a little bit greater than that. >> you double in six or seven years, right? how about you, you don't have a record. you're like a sell site. thanks, david, and steve will be with us for the rest of the show. we're going to watch him closely. any more of that stuff, we're going to keep an eye on you. >>>
those really nice guys. i think kraft's defense is unbelievable. >> he knows his stuff. >> he does. >> so louisville and ohio state and then the other two? >> michigan in florida. this will be in dallas. >> i am with florida. i don't want people thinking i am only big 10 all the time. >> you know shane larkin kenny kogy. >> a great game but i think indiana is going to pull it out. it will be close. >> florida, indiana, hoy state and louisville -- ohio state and louisville. >> we will find out later today >> bill: congressman before you leave, we will give you a copy of the bracket like this. i am working on mine. >> okay. thank you. >> bill: we have our little pool here? >> a lot of money on this. >> guess who knows the least. >> would that be you bill? >> me. >> that's how it works. we will start off with congresswoman jan schakowsky here a small businessman from chicago is going to join us a little bit later and tell us what the sequester means to small business leaders. he is not happy with the sequester. we will he will tell us why. top of the n
alexander. she claims self defense and that she doesn't remember that attack. samuels admitted on the stand that arias lied repeatedly to him during his evaluation of her. that led the prosecutor to question his credibility. >> how much are you getting paid per hour? >> i get paid per hour $250. >> and for $250 an hour, you're saying that this is -- you weren't paying enough attention to put whatever else was needed? >> i reviewed the report numerous times and i must admit i missed it. >> if convicted, ari achtas cou receive a death sentence. >>> new allegations against the man who used to be the voice of elmo. kelvin stevens is suing him. the lawsuit alleges clash gave sheldon poppers as a sexual aid. poppers refers to capsules that give users a rush when broken and then inhaled. clash's attorney calls it meritless and barred by the statute of limitations. >>> listen to this, sleep less, weigh more. new research suggests if you go just a few nights in a row with not enough sleep, you can experience almost immediate weight gain. researchers at the university of colorado studied 16 healthy m
. we should hold these people accountable. hal: right. i do think in defense of the party that i vote with and that i have affiliation with, i am a democratic, i'm comfortable with that idea. i think that libertarians actually on a legislative level have more in common with democrats than they ever have with republicans, which is why i find the ands of the world very suspect especially when it comes to your life and choosing those things. in this case it's a distinct line. it's not because i have a d. on my shirt, they have an r. on their shirt you don't find any democrats in congress, in the senate as a president, anybody ever saying anything even remotely like that, whereas during the last election cycle multiple republicans were indicating we've got to stop saying it. they never said we have to stop believing it. and that's an important distinction. i think it's ok to make those distinctions if a party is being led that way, because otherwise you let them off the hook. then republicans go if it's the same on both sides they never have to learn the lesson of where they're going. you
accused of killing her ex-boyfriend. did the prosecution poke damaging holes in the defense psychologist's testimony? >>> check this out. a doe that a police officer believed was dead leaps out of this trunk and gives him a huge scare. >> is that -- could that possibly be for real? >> it is. it looks like it's real. >> oh, my goodness. all right. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. it's 32 minutes past the hour. >>> happening right now, president obama in palestine meeting with mahmoud abbas. two rockets fired early this morning, landing in the city of sderot. this happened while the president was in jerusalem, waiting to leave for the west bank. there are no reports of injuries. stuart holliday, president and ceo of a public diplomacy organization that works with the state department, formally a u.s. ambassador for political affairs to the united nations. let me first ask about these rocket attacks. they did happen while the president is in israel. a lot of people at first might find that a little bit alarming. is something like that in and of it
's the only reason, but a lot of the guys are using helmets as a weapon. >> on the offense, it is almost self-defense. >> if you have a helmet on, you use it as a weapon no matter what position you hold you should be held responsible and accountable. >>> here is a guy who has some explaining to do after attending tuesday's nba game orlando/indiana. he refuses to let his female companion have any ice cream. >> not once, but twice he defends the mint chocolate chip waffle cone. her shocked reaction pretty priceless. they were cheering for the home team. they didn't home. the pacers did win by -- 22, that's winning the war and losing the battle. that guy. what do you think when the female companion got home. . >> i don't think he got any female companionship when they got home. >> nicer way of saying what i am trying to say. are you a sharer when it comes to ice cream? >> when going out to dinner. even with friends i like how to get a couple dishes. stick my fork in. i'm not queasy that way. >> that's what you are supposed to do it, especially with your girlfriend. female companion, your girlfriend. any
the motion. the clerk: h.r. 933, an act making appropriations for the department of defense, department of veterans affairs, and other departments and agencies for the fiscal year ending september 30, 2013, and or other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: the question is on the motion to concur. members will record their votes by electronic device. this is a five-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 318. the nays are 109. the motion is adopted. without objection, the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20, the unfinished business is the question on agreeing to the speaker's approval of the journal which the chair will put de novo. the question is on agreeing to the spomplee of the journal. -- speaker's approval of the jurem. so m
-established departments, defense, nasa, department of energy, all their acquisition management. they are still on the high-risk list, so that's a tough issue to resolve. and it's all about implementation and having the property discipline in place. >> and just to provide some context. gao has issued over 13 of products looking at every aspect of the justice programs and operations and made over 1800 recommendations. a key looking across all those protestant impact of the departments efforts, trace back to the management of the department. is to put this in context. we have identified this as a crosscutting issue and all the management areas are important, i agree that acquisitions along with i.t. are the two areas that have the most direct effect under the departments ability to secure the border, secure air travel. i.t. is very, very similar to acquisition. dhs is focus, the report on the initiatives that they are pursuing, and sure they're following their existing policy, not just in acquisition and i.t. but across all the management functions. dhs has good policy in place. the key is really execution,
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telling them what self-defense firearms to own and he can't buy america. >>steve: mr. la pierre says criminals aren't going to be checked, aren't going to do this. what he says against the mayor and all other mayors against illegal guns with this campaign, it's not going to work because the bad guys with the guns aren't following the law. >>brian: he says the money should be poured into school security so they won't have soft targets. with adam lanza, they said he taught about this attack for two years and picked that school because he knew it was an easy target. >>steve: in addition to the $12 million worth of bloomberg's money, on wednesday they will have 100 events across the united states. it will be national day to encourage action. >> there is one lucky truck driver who at 10:00 a.m. eastern time will be cashing in on his winning powerball ticket. it is sold in new jersey. they are going to be revealed today. look what is going to happen when he takes his check in borden town. >>steve: altogether the powerball ticket is worth $338 million. but when you figure out your tax bite,
house considering shifting combat drone authority to the department of defense b which would allow more congressional oversight. the cia has been using unmanned aircraft to target suspected terrorists, but critics complain the program lacks transparency, at least right now. those are your headlines, i'm jamie colby, back to mel shah and lori. ladies? lori: thank you so much, jamie. stocks climbing off the lows of the day, and the dow while it did hit a new intraday high yesterday thanks to the fed, but the next guest sees the dow hitting 16,000 in the next 6-12 months. joining me now, ira walker, managing director at ubs, and i want to remind viewers, the last time you were here, august of 2011, the dow was at 31,000. -- 11,000. we're 14,440 to be exact. but you say there is still room to run and money to be made. why is that? >> we think the dow is going to significantly outperform the s&p 500 over the next three to six months. money managers are going to be forced to buy big cap, mega cap, liquid stocks, and the train is leaving the station. thai got to get into this rally right now.
hegel, the department of defense, probably even more push back from republicans on that nomination. he is in the pentagon. adam: thank you very much. tracy: grandstanding. i don't know. well, a quarter till. we have to go back to the new york stock exchange. nicole petallides standing by. talk about a market that cannot make its mind that. >> reporter: and look at that. back in the green once again erasing all those symptoms from china, end squeezing of some green. you will keep an eye going into the closing bell. that's take a look also in the beverage world. a big deal under way. some antitrust regulation concern. now you have anheuser-busch asking the court to delay. as they try and halt settlement talks. they are embroiled in battle. the consolation, which is an all-time high today, the distributor. so they are all intertwined. the fact that it is still on the table listed news. tracy: will see you at the top of the art. adam: the money grab to market it perished? ended above thomas says yes. tracy: next. tracy: first was a delegate some of the winners and losers. up over 4%. your
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